Our employees are paid twice a month, which means every second week's wages are payable every other Thursday. The biweekly wage includes the hours worked the two weeks preceding the week that contains the Thursday of pay.
For any request concerning the pay, please contact the accounting department during regular office hours.
Your paycheck can be either picked up at the agency's head office (1011 jean talon west) on pay day or sent to you by mail or sent to you by email.
The majority of employees in Quebec are entitled to a leave and an allowance for each of the following statutory and paid holidays:
- January 1st (New Year's Day)
- Good Friday or Easter Monday, at the employer's choice
- Monday before May 25 (National Patriots Day)
- June 24 (national holiday) - see note below
- July 1st. If this date falls on a Sunday: July 2 (Canada Day)
- 1st Monday of September (LaborDay)
- 2nd Monday of October (Thanksgiving)
- December 25 (Christmas Day).
Employees who are required to work on one of these holidays are entitled to compensation or compensatory leave, at the employer's option.
This leave must be taken within 3 weeks before or after the holiday, except in the case of National Day.
To benefit from a public holiday, the employee must not have been absent from work, without the authorization of the employer or without a valid reason, the working day preceding or following that day.
or each general holiday, the employee must be paid an indemnity equal to 1/20 of the wages earned during the four complete weeks of pay preceding the week of the holiday, without taking into account overtime.
Extracts from the website of labor standards: www.cnt.gouv.qc.ca
Withholding taxes and taxes:
When you work in Quebec, there are different deductions at source (deductions) that are made on your salary, including federal income tax, provincial income tax, the Quebec Pension Plan, Employment Insurance and the Québec Pension Plan. parental insurance.
You are also required to file a tax return every year before April 30.
You will receive your tax statements for this purpose before March 1st of each year.